Monthly Archives: August 2014

Weekend Update: August 23-24, 2014

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Barbara Ross (Monday), Vicki Doudera (Tuesday), Lea Wait (Wednesday), James Hayman (Thursday), and Al Lamanda (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog … Continue reading

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The Use of Force Continuum

Kate Flora┬áhere, writing today about the use of force continuum, which will be explained, a bit, in the Wikipedia excerpts below. Before I became a crime writer, I thought that what writers did was to sit at their desks, exercise … Continue reading

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In Other News…

Hello again from Sarah Graves, writing to you from Eastport, Maine, where if the world ends today we won’t find out about it for ten years or so, that’s how remote we are here. But we’re finding out plenty about … Continue reading

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MYSTERY OF THE RHINE #3 – SOLVED!

Susan Vaughan here. This post will complete my summer vacation travelogue of Rhine mysteries. Why are there so many castles along the Rhine? The morning of day four of our river journey, we went to Braubach and toured Marksburg Castle, … Continue reading

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Meet Bette Stevens

John Clark sharing an interview with fellow Hartland author (and member of the library book discussion group), Bette Stevens. 1-Tell me about growing up–where, what authors influenced you, what are some of your strongest/most vivid memories from childhood? I grew … Continue reading

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